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Approximately 1,500 Aurizon employees will receive a 4% pay increase each year for three years in return for major productivity improvements and the removal of legacy provisions, following a positive vote by employees on the proposed Construction and Maintenance Enterprise Agreement (EA).
82.7 % of employees who voted were in favour of the proposed agreement in the ballot that ran from 6 - 15 July 2015. The results of the ballot were 886 votes for the EA and 185 votes against.
The new Enterprise Agreement will be lodged with the Fair Work Commission (FWC) and will be in force seven days after approval by the FWC.
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